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Led Zeppelin to release a Documentary and Celebrate it’s 50th Anniversary

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Formed in 1968, Led Zeppelin is an old English Rock Band. The band had released various songs including Immigrant Song, Stairway to Heaven and many more.

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The band is completing 50 years in 2019. They are going to celebrate their anniversary in a different way. As per the sources, they are releasing their first documentary soon.

The documentary will be officially directed by Bernard MacMahon. However, the makers have not announced the title for the film yet. The documentary will feature some of the legendary outfits which the fans have never seen before. They will also showcase some of their unseen photographs and footages which were shot while producing their songs.

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Moreover, this is the first time the band has agreed to be a part of the film. The documentary will also feature some of the recent interviews with Robert Plant, John Paul Jones as well as Jimmy Page. Additionally, the film will also showcase the interview with the deceased John Bonham.

The crew of the Documentary film

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Though the film is still under production and it is expected to complete in the mid of 2019. MacMahon and Allison McGourty are the writers of the film. The music and sound credits go to Nicholas Bergh. The entire film will be edited by Dan Gitlin. Besides, McGourty and MacMahon serve as producers alongside Garbage guitarist Duke Erikson and Ged Doherty. There are some rumours that the makers are going to include Whole Lotta Love song in the documentary.

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